The United Nations first began celebrating the 8 of March as the International Women’s Day in 1975. Since then, every 8 March celebration has focused around women: equality, power, achievements, role in community and beauty. With a great history behind, the contemporary woman we see today in our lives, is a strong competitor in any field and plays a significant role in society.
To celebrate the International Women’s Day, we take a spring break to admire the awakening of nature, and also offer beautiful flowers to our female colleagues. For this, we are usually rewarded with delicious pieces of tasty cake.